- n. alternative spelling of mug shot.
- n. a photograph of someone's face (especially one made for police records)
“Klein was previously arrested back in 2005 for DUI (his old mugshot is featured below because his newest mugshot has yet to be made available) but read on for the deets of this new arrest:”
“In a world where celebrity is usually seen through a rose - colored lens, the mugshot is a reminder that the rich and famous are mere mortals, bad hair and all.”
“And any man who can look hot in a mugshot is a HOTTIE.”
“This lovely "mugshot" is from Sunday morning at OddCon.”
“Sass said ... yaaay! although your "mugshot" expressions made me laugh a bit. and, hey, nice specs.”
“L-girl said ... although your "mugshot" expressions made me laugh a bit.”
“The GOP consultant who designed the ad gleefully called the mugshot “every suburban mother’s greatest fear.””
“The successful style-seekers will see their 'mugshot' hit the shelves of around 60 Debenhams stores nationwide this July.”
“This means Mr. Gates was in his own home – so on what basis did the cop have to question, let alone arrest the man, fingerprint him and mugshot him.”
“At their head is Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, 51, whose scowling, battered-looking mugshot from his 2003 capture has become a familiar news staple.”
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